Setting Yourself Up For An Enjoyable Retirement

Purchasing a residential park home in a retirement village is an excellent option if you’re looking to downsize and reduce your ongoing costs. By selling your house and buying a park home, you can still have a substantial amount left over to spend on what you love most.

Park homes are low maintenance both inside and out. With regular upkeep of our park, you can enjoy living on a beautifully presented site with minimal property maintenance, allowing you to make the most of your retirement.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are park homes increasing in value?

An entry level home can typically start from as little as a £200,000 – that’s the turn key price. The value of park homes can be a topic of debate. While some sources suggest that park homes tend to lose cash value as they get older, others indicate that well-maintained park homes in sought-after locations can increase in value, especially when maintained properly.

Will park home residents get energy grants?

Yes, park home residents are eligible to receive a £400 energy grant. The grant is part of the Energy Bills Support Scheme and is automatically provided to most households, including park home residents, to help with their energy bills.

What is the life expectancy of a residential park home?

The life expectancy of a park home can vary, but according to the information from various sources, a well-maintained park home can last between 70 and 80 years, or even longer with the right care. If this sounds like a good plan for you, feel free to check out the residential park homes for sale on our page.

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